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Dear Mr Dowson,first of all congratulations for your product.its superb.

iwas using it on fs9 and now with fsx .my key registr.[Key code removed by Ian P. - Please do not post this to a public forum!]. MY PROBLEM:

after a total update in h/w to the strongest,when start your fsuipc,with pmdg 737,although in axis assignment,the axis of spoilers,flaps and throtles are identified,the values are blinking in some way are not changing normally.the problem is more intensed in axis calibration mode where all values of axis are blinkiing to 123 or -123.

have in consideration that i had no such a problem before the innovation ,and also that i installed ezdock camera program(which i think should create the problem) .i really dont want to uninstall this program.please can you helpme into this issue?also a question

my configuration is i7 2700k processor with nvidia 580 gpu.i run with 3screens with matrox and with a fourth as secondary for undocking the cdus of the airplane.then the FPS are dropping from 25-28 to 7-10-11.should wide fs solve this problem?is there any solution?

thanks in advance

giorgos makridis

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iwas using it on fs9 and now with fsx .my key registr.XXXXXXXXXXXX.

I've obiterated your key and I hope I did it before any pirates found it. NEVER EVER publish your key! If it gets used by others I will have to invalidate it!

start your fsuipc,with pmdg 737,although in axis assignment,the axis of spoilers,flaps and throtles are identified,the values are blinking in some way are not changing normally.the problem is more intensed in axis calibration mode where all values of axis are blinkiing to 123 or -123.

The values shown in Axis assignment is that actually read from the joystick axes themselves. FSUIPC does not invent values to show you. So if they are misbehaving you have a bad joystick or joystick driver. Check it in the Windows control panel.

In joystick calibration the values can come either from FSUIPC's axis assignments or from FS's axis assignments. So in that can it could well be that you have the same ones assigned in both FSUIPC and FSX. Do not do that. Use either one or the other, not both.

You seem to imply that it only happens when the PMDG 737 is loaded. If this is the case, it must be something is wrongly installed or corrupted in that add-on, though I can't think how it could possibly interfere with the direct reading of axes in the axis assignments mode.

have in consideration that i had no such a problem before the innovation

What "innovation"?

my configuration is i7 2700k processor with nvidia 580 gpu.i run with 3screens with matrox and with a fourth as secondary for undocking the cdus of the airplane.then the FPS are dropping from 25-28 to 7-10-11.should wide fs solve this problem?is there any solution?

Two things there: with a 2700K and a GTX 580 you should be getting a lot more fps even with the NGX and triple-head screens. Are you overclocking the 2700K? You should be able to comfortably get 4.8 GHz with a reasonable replacement processor cooler. Many commercial PC builders supply such configurations already overclocked to that level, or close.

Secondly, opening any secondasry window in FS will reduce your frame rates, even to half or less. And WideFS cannot help because you cannot place FS gauges on a second PC -- at least not without running two fast computers, both running FSX, and linked with WidevieW (not WideFS). FS gauges depend completely on FS code to support their operation, especially the graphics.

This is why products like Project Magenta, SimAvionics, FSXpand, aeroSystem737 avionics, and ProSim737 are quite popular. -- they provide external instrumentation you can run across a network. The same has also been done in one add-on package with the iFly 737NG "cockpit" package,.

Regards

Pete

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